A Sourcebook for the Worldwide Discovery of a Creative Organic Universe
An Annotated Anthology Sourcebook for the Worldwide Discovery of a Creative Organic Universe
Table of Contents
Introduction
Genesis Vision
Learning Planet
Organic Universe
Cosmic Code
Nested Evolution
Earth Life Emerge
Genesis Future
Glossary
Recent Additions
Credits
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As a collaborative work in progress, we invite suggestions of books, articles and websites, (best if annotated). If selected for inclusion, the sender will be noted. Please email to:
earthlearn@charter.net

The universe is progressing in a direction toward greater intelligence, conscious awareness, & self-understanding. The dark universe becomes gradually more lit up with consciousness. David†Grinspoon

David Grinspoon

This sourcebook documents the rising planetary vision of an organically developing universe, a cosmic genesis, by way of an annotated bibliography and anthology with, circa 2014, some 1800 pages and 5000 entries. Instead of an alphabetic list, its outline attempts to convey this once and future narrative of a quickening, numinous procreation which intends and requires human participation. Of special note will be a respectful accord with traditional wisdom and how altogether we might move toward a better, peaceful, tolerant, sustainable future.


As the logo portrays, our guiding premise is a new composite stage of worldwide knowledge is just now emerging from the collaborative contributions of peoples everywhere. From this humankind vantage, whole earth appears as a learning planet coming to its own self-discovery. This inclusive vista can provide a novel dispensation we are in so much need of today. The main editor is Arthur Fabel but its on-going authorship belongs to everyone. †


The implications are that human beings are much more like the cosmos than we thought when we conceived it as a dead, inert, materialistic thing.†In other words the cosmos becomes much more like us. Charles†Jencks

Charles Jencks


Letís visualize all the people living in peace. Letís carry the clearest vision of a peaceful world. And do it with a spirit of fun and joy. War is over if you want it. Yoko†Ono

Yoko Ono

View a keynote presentation made at Palacky University in Olomouc, Czech Republic on October 14, 2005. The conference was organized by the Center for Dialogue between Science and Religion of the Cyril-Methodius Theological Faculty. An earlier version of this talk was presented at Marist College on May 14, 2005.